Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Binangkal

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I saw this woman selling "binangkal" or as what my search in google say, sesami seed round bread/donut at SSS building. I asked her for a photo and she shyly agreed. The seven pieces/pack costs twenty pesos. Each piece costs three pesos. I observed how many of our desserts are designed to be heavy on the stomach. I mean, you get easily full eating binangkal. I guess Filipino practicality is at work here. Do you know any Filipino dessert that's light, and fluffy?

5 comments:

Hilda said...

Sesame seeds? Ooh, yummy! I'll eat almost anything with toasted sesame seeds (and poppy seeds).

I wonder if there's any street vendor that sells binangkal here…

Vogon Poet said...

It's morning here, but I'll get a couple of binangkal. Here we have some bread with sunflowers seeds too.

Kayni said...

i love filipino desserts =). would like to try this one too =).

asf said...

Uy, lami raba nah...I love those ones especially if newly cooked.

Vlado&Toni said...

yummy.. thanks for posting this and giving the recipe too, might try that later .

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